A chord diagram is a graphical way to represent flow relationship between specific entities in transitioning data. The entities (called nodes) are drawn along the circumference of a circular layout. The flow relationships (called links) are represented by arcs that connect the nodes. The links are colored according to the rule of dominance of transitioning data. It is a visually pleasing way and hence a popular choice among data visualization enthusiasts.
The caption (also called the chart title) is the heading of your chart. You can add custom text for the caption, as well as configure its font properties and cosmetics. Learn more about it
Data plot refers to the columns of the chord chart.
The start and endpoints of each flow in a Chord Diagram are called nodes.
The flow paths between any two nodes in a Chord Diagram are called links.
Export menu that appears on top-right of the chart, it offers different options to export a chart.You can enable or disable chart export using attribute
exportEnabled. Refer to Exporting Charts to learn